SoftSide Magazine Issue 41 (Space Rescue) (February 1982). Space Rescue (You have been selected as a member of the exploration party searching for life on the planet Arcturus III. Radar indicates a meteor storm headed straight for that solar system. Can you, in your two-person rocket, rescue the people stranded there without crashing into a meteor? You are their only hope.) - Matt Rutter, Sensuous Programmer (In this tenth installment, "J" discusses the use of logical operators and relational operators in BASIC programming.) - "J", My Side of the Page (In Getting a Bit Serious — Part Seven, Lance discusses marketing projections and customer support problems. See how you can profit through his experience.) - Lance Micklus, Entertainment Tomorrow (In another peek into the future, the authors tell how computers could help enhance the tension and excitement of fantasy role-playing games. With the addition of low-level lasers, computerized fencing would take on an unequalled element of realism.) - Allen L. Wold and Fred D'Ignazio, Hardware Corner (The series on disk drives continues. Read about floppy drives, flippy drives and aspects of a variety of DOSs.) - Edward E. Umlor, Machine Head - Spyder Webb, DOSPLUS — How It's Different (Since the operating system of the TRS-80 DV has changed from TRSDOS to DOSPLUS, those subscribers should find this summary of the major differences helpful.), Comments from Tandy (In a letter to the publisher from Ed Juge, director of computer merchandising for Tandy Corporation, some of Tandy's policies about why only certain software and hardware products are supported by Radio Shack are explained.) - Ed Juge, Let's Be Civilized (Have you learned how to react in a civilized manner to that OTHER computer your acquaintances own? Have you been able to explain your feelings about YOUR computer to others? If not, try getting civilized.) - Leonard Buchanan, Reader Survey (Each month we spend a great deal of time selecting, translating, and illustrating the programs and articles in SoftSide. This month we are asking you to complete and return the survey found in the center of this issue. Your responses will help determine future selections of programs, articles and other features. Please take the time to help us provide you with what interests you the most.), Editorial, Calendar, Input, Hints and Enhancements, Outgoing Mail, Enhanced Disk Version - Andorra (Lead the country of Andorra in this simulation.) (Apple) - Brent Packer, K-Byter - Pick-Up (Apple) - William Pu, Program - Rubicube (This color-graphics simulation will help you solve that famous 3-D puzzle.) (Apple) - F.J. Condo, Review of Hi-Res Secrets (Apple) - Gary W. Bradley, K-Byter - System Configuration Test (Atari) - Alan J. Zett, Enhanced Disk Version - Kismet II (This dice game combines luck and skill as you arrange your dice scores to get the highest total.) (Atari) - Peter Kirsch, Program - Defense (Atari) - Greg Schroeder, What's New - Ramdisk (Atari) - Dean F. H. Macy, Review of Protector (Atari) - Alan J. Zett, K-Byter - Lites Out (S-80) - Ronald and Jordan Corn, Enhanced Disk Version - Help Package (A utility for getting instructions on how to use your DOS, computer, or anything else.) (S-80) - Rich Bouchard, Program - Maze Sweep (A translation of Maze Search, this is an arcade-style game with optional sound.) (S-80) - James Garon and David Bohlke, Article - Modify EDTASM for the Model III — Part II (S-80) - Randy Hawkins, Review of Parsector V - Marvin Lewis.